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Nevada Laws Regarding
Over glow and Under glow lights
Nevada law does not specify nor restrict additional vehicle lighting equipment which would include neon overglow or underglow. So it’s our conclusion that in Nevada neon overglow or underglow is legal, So it appears all models of Glorails are legal as long as you adhere to the following restrictions:
Any flashing color Glorails can be used in a life threatening situation for example changing a flat tire on the highway.
1. Front clearance lamps, identification lamps and those marker lamps and reflectors mounted on the front or on the side near the front of a vehicle must display or reflect an amber color.
2. Rear clearance lamps, identification lamps and those marker lamps and reflectors mounted on the rear or on the sides near the rear of a vehicle must display or reflect a red color.
3. All lighting devices and reflectors mounted on the rear of any vehicle must display or reflect a red color, except that:
(a) The stoplight or other signal device may be red, amber or yellow.
(b) The light illuminating the license plate must be white.
(c) The light emitted by a backup lamp must be white or amber.
(d)The tail lamp on a motorcycle may contain a blue insert as authorized in NRS 486.261.
1. It is unlawful to operate or display a flashing amber warning light on a vehicle except when an unusual traffic hazard exists or as authorized in NRS 484B.748, 484B.757 or 484D.190. This subsection does not prohibit the use of amber lights in electric signals for making turns.
2. It is unlawful for any person to mount flashing amber warning lights permanently on a vehicle without a permit from the Nevada Highway Patrol.
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